Tag: featured

 One Penny More

One Penny More

One Penny More: Farm workers ask for a living wage – just one penny more per pound of tomatoes. Farm workers in Florida have come together to make incredible changes against overwhelming… Read More

 Is It Healthy to Have a Vegetarian Baby? With Dr. Bob Sears

Is It Healthy to Have a Vegetarian Baby? With Dr. Bob Sears

Watch Dr. Bob Sears, co-author of “The Baby Book,” and “Happy Baby: The Organic Guide to Baby’s First 24 Months” do a check-up on a vegetarian baby. The mom has some good… Read More

 How to Fish with Your Kids for the First Time

How to Fish with Your Kids for the First Time

Paul Greenberg, best-selling author of “Four Fish”, shares his tips on fishing with kids during a fishing trip with his 3 year old son, Luke, and his 15 year old daughter, Tanya.… Read More

 Hiding Vegetables from a Picky Eater: Ask Chef Ann

Hiding Vegetables from a Picky Eater: Ask Chef Ann

Parent Question: How do I hide vegetables in my child’s food? Chef Ann Cooper, Parent Earth Expert, gives her opinion about how to handle a picky eater by including additional vegetables like… Read More

 How to Survive Grocery Shopping with Children

How to Survive Grocery Shopping with Children

Andrea King-Collier, journalist, and Latham Thomas, nutritionist, both Parent Earth Experts, talk about how to survive grocery shopping with kids. One little girl throws money out of her mom’s wallet while she’s… Read More

 How to Raise Your Kids Like They are on a Farm

How to Raise Your Kids Like They are on a Farm

On a farm, kids work and help their parents. Jim Goodman, farmer, says “kids can actually see what you are doing and they can help. Kids feel important and connected. Kids can… Read More

 How to Make Healthy Granola with Children

How to Make Healthy Granola with Children

My daughter Pilar’s kindergarten class asked that every student contribute a family recipe for a breakfast party. All of the recipes would then be included in a class book. We decided to… Read More

 Composting with Preschoolers

Composting with Preschoolers

Ms. Boyle, a Preschool teacher, makes compost with her class of 5 year old kids and explains composting in a fun and simple way.  Ms. Boyle and her class demonstrate what they… Read More

 What is a Kitchen Garden? It’s a Movement!

What is a Kitchen Garden? It’s a Movement!

A “kitchen garden” is a term for a garden that produces food – this term says more than the usual title “vegetable garden” because it includes fruits and herbs. First Lady Michelle… Read More

 Cooking with your Child: Squash Soup with Latham Thomas

Cooking with your Child: Squash Soup with Latham Thomas

Parent Earth Expert Latham Thomas, a nutritionist, cooks an affordable and local squash soup with sage pesto with her 6 year old son, Fulano. She is a big advocate for cooking with… Read More